People in service industries help to improve Wuhan's image
The 7th World Military Games will be held in Wuhan in 2019. People in the service industry in Wuhan are working diligently for the preparation of the event by providing excellent service.
Wang Zhengdao, a 48year-old bus driver who works hard to serve his tourists, has won praise from people from all around the country.
Liu Wuqiao is a traffic police officer on duty near Wuchang Railway Station. For nine years he has actively assisted travelers going to and from that location. Liu, who is already the squadron leader, is still keeping himself on the road with 18 hours a day on duty.
Yao Jie, a staff member at Hankou Railway Station, said that she is asked as many as 500 questions a day by passengers. She has solved more than 2,000 problems for passengers and has recovered more than 900 lost items worth a total value of RMB 200,000. "While wearing this uniform in the service window, it's my duty to serve passengers and help solve their problems," she said.
The 7th World Military Games is an opportunity for Wuhan to improve its infrastructure and services by rising to the occasion. The service industry relies on those who treat even small tasks with great patience and care to mak e a difference.